Carsen Edwards: NCAA Tournament Players To WatchPurdue's star point guard, Carsen Edwards, leads the Big Ten in scoring, and is poised to power his Boilermakers in the NCAA Tournament.
Best NCAA Tournament Team-Name StoriesNCAA team names are among the more interesting in sports. From Boilermakers to Bulldogs, some origin stories aren't quite what you'd think.
This Week In College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Top Seeds Right NowWith the NCAA Tournament just over a month away, Villanova, Virginia, Purdue and Michigan State look to be on course for the top seeds.
This Week In College Basketball: Purdue Climbing The AP RankingsThe Boilermakers are starting to emerge as a potential national title threat.
LISTEN: Matt Painter: 'We Just Try To Keep It Simple'Purdue head coach talks about making the Sweet 16 and some of the upsets in this year's NCAA Tournament so far.
2017 NCAA Tournament: Midwest Region Game-By-Game PicksMany consider Kansas to be a relatively weak No. 1 seed, but Louisville, Oregon, Purdue and a hot Michigan team make this region one of the toughest.
Rising Star: Purdue Guard Carsen EdwardsFreshman Carsen Edwards, at six feet tall, can create his own shot and get in the lane better than any other Purdue perimeter player.
LISTEN: Caleb Swanigan: 'Like I Died And Then Had A Reincarnation'Caleb Swanigan, Purdue's one-of-a-kind basketball star, was given a chance. CBS Sunday Morning's Steve Hartman tells the inspiring tale.
2017 Big Ten Basketball Tournament PreviewThe Boilermakers enter as the Big Ten Tournament's top seed, but there will be plenty of competition at the Verizon Center in DC.
Stanford Men Must Advance To Pac-12 Semis To Make NCAA TournamentThe task is straightforward but not simple: The Stanford men's basketball team has to win two games in the Pac-12 Tournament in order to advance to the NCAA Tournament. The Cardinal put themselves in this position by losing seven of their last 10 games.
Stanford Men's Basketball Fate Depends On National ResultsThis is the dilemma when you don't win enough in January and February: You're left in March scoreboard watching, hoping other teams lose. That's where the Stanford men's basketball team finds itself today as it prepares for its final two regular-season games.